Established in 1996, Booking.com offers competitive rates for any type of property, ranging from small independent hotels to a five star luxury. The site is available in 42 languages and offers more than 425,000 affiliated hotels in over 195 countries around the world.
We currently have 115+ offices worldwide, the company's headquarters are located in Amsterdam, with more than 6,000 employees.
What Booking.com employees are saying...
Alessandro, Global Credit Control Manager in Amsterdam
Alessandro joined Booking.com in August 2007 as a Credit Risk Administrator.
"It's incredible how much this dynamic international company has grown over the past ten years and most of that growth is due to the ability of its very committed and flexible employees to address challenges immediately.
In Booking.com, we are never simply happy with what we have already achieved, but are always implementing new ideas and looking for ways to improve performance.
This works for us because we never lose sight of the personal dimension and the importance of personal growth. Together, we have created an environment that gives people the confidence and freedom to take decisions that have a positive impact on the company."
Eric, IT Developer
Eric joined Booking.com on February 1st 2010 and is a Team Lead in the IT department.
"Developers at Booking.com are truly empowered to make changes.
Sometimes there will be problems and that's ok. We get more done by taking bold strides than carefully walking on eggshells.
We're operating on a huge scale and growing at a staggering rate. That makes our work challenging, but also a great learning environment. Our focus is scaling up and thinking ahead.
And Booking.com is a fun place to work. We have great people from all over the world. We work hard and play hard, laughing and learning is what we do."
Xaveer, Senior Account Manager
Xaveer is at Booking.com since November 2008 and works as Senior Account Manager for the Benelux region.
"It's great to work in a company that feels small, but is actually one of the biggest players. All of my colleagues are motivated to give their best.
Account Management at Booking.com is much more than maintaining regular contact with hotels. It's about creating win-win situations and being open to change. In my role I also have the benefit to coach my own team to excel and improve my management skills in the process.
Everybody at Booking.com is stimulated to think outside the box and develop new skills. That ensures interest and makes me, personally, happy to come to work each day."
Elvis, Revenue Manager in San Francisco
Someone once told me "your work is going to fill a large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do" working at booking.com gives you that satisfaction of doing great work and you truly enjoying what you do everyday.
Shane, Country Manager North America
Shane has been at Booking.com for 9 years.
Booking.com has developed me from being a 'commission hungry salesman' to a Senior Manager. I manage almost 200 staff in 6 offices across North America. Many people are surprised when I tell them that I do not have a degree. Booking.com invests heavily in recognizing people's talent and developing them irrespective of academic qualifications. If they see you have drive, enthusiasm, commitment and that willingness to learn then they will bring out the best in you.
My role in Booking.com has allowed me to live and work in three very different countries. I have experienced three different kinds of working cultures which has been fascinating and has accelerated my progression as a Senior Manager.
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